|MutantSounds - Jason Dixon|
Works by Jason Dixon from 1999 to the present. Jason Dixon is an Irish composer currently based in Norwich where he is in the process of completing his PhD in composition. His work explores issues of language, perception and memory in music. More recently he has been focusing on the Irish storytelling tradition and its place in contemporary Ireland. As part of this, Seanchaí was premiered at the University of East Anglia in 2010...
Keywords: electroacoustic; acousmatic; tape; electronic; mutants; mutantsounds
|dot73 (mutations on a theme by Xenakis) - Jason Dixon|
I have the pleasure of working with Xenakis** on a daily basis. He is a constant presence in my office, never afraid to let me know if he is healthy or feeling the strain of all the hard work he does. dot73 (mutations on a theme by Xenakis) is a homage to his influence on my life. Recordings of Xenakis were mutated with recordings of various strange percussion instruments. The resulting sounds were then mutated with each other to create a series of increasingly complex sounds...
Keywords: electroacoustic; acousmatic; electronic; mutants; noise; glitch
Downloads: 357 (2 reviews)
|strong words, softly spoken - Jason Dixon|
Words have tremendous power. Even the quietest whisper can yield devastating effects. strong words, softly spoken explores the potential energy captured within words and their ability to arouse different feelings in different people. The human voice was the only source sound used in this composition, including excerpts from James Joyce and Samuel Beckett (read by Rachel Holstead) alongside the Haka of the New Zealand "All Blacks" rugby union squad...
Keywords: electroacoustic; acousmatic; electronic; Joyce; Beckett; Sirens; Not I
|Baba O'Riley - the 5 hour remix - Jason Dixon & The Who|
A 5 hour remix of Baba O'Riley
Keywords: Music; Stretched; Drone; Who
|Mahler 2 - the 10 hour remix - Gustav Mahler/Jason Dixon|
Gustav Mahler's 2nd symphony, stretched to 10 hours
Keywords: Mahler; stretched
Downloads: 1,301 (1 review)
|The Raw And The Cooked - Jason Dixon, Edgar Curtis and Jovana Backovic|
Keywords: The Raw and the Cooked; Improvisation; electronic; laptop; SuperCollider; MaxMSP